Monthly Archives: January 2012

don’t take it personally, babe, it just ain’t your story

Romance, drama, and technology are three themes that fans of Christine Love‘s other works (such as Cell Phone Love Letter and Digital: A Love Story) should be familiar with. don’t take it personally, babe, it just ain’t your story is … Continue reading

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Yume Nikki

Madotsuki had a dream, too. In fact, she had several dreams, each one freakier than the last. Some nights, she’s haunted by a myriad of eyeballs, backed up with a windy, electronic undercurrent. Other nights, she imagines herself in a … Continue reading

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That Cheap and Sacred Thing

Traffic’s gone down on the blog since last week. Bummer. I blame that on lack of updates, and lack of me writing a continued Katawa Shoujo review and more impressions. Sadly, I haven’t had the time nor privacy to 100% … Continue reading

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Katawa Shoujo – My First Impressions

Don’t worry – I’m not going to spoil anything here. When do I ever? I’m not the type who would normally buy commercial visual novels. But, if I were the type, and I had bought Katawa Shoujo in a world … Continue reading

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deIz

I wasn’t so sure about reviewing another game by a maker that already has a heavily established fan base, but I decided to do it anyway. deIz is a visual novel about a guy with a crush on an indie … Continue reading

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Slimey – A Romantic Movie

IT’S SO FLUFFY! Slimey – A Romantic Movie is an animated kinetic novel created by Celianna. You might recognize her name if you’re familiar with the RPG Maker scene, her Harvest Moon fanfiction & fanimation Pretty Ore, or her up … Continue reading

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Digital: A Love Story

Beating this game felt like a triumph. Seriously. I’m a computer champion now. Throw any computer at me, and I’ll hack my way right through it, no problem. Just watch me as I traverse through every single dial-up channel available … Continue reading

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